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The Four Elements of Successful Management: Select, Direct, Evaluate,… (edició 1998)
de Don R. Marshall (Autor)
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The Four Elements of Successful Management: Select, Direct, Evaluate, Reward de Don R. Marshall
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As management trends and fads swirl around us, it's easy to lose sight of the basics. In fact, a manager's responsibilities always boil down to selecting, directing, evaluating, and rewarding people. Get these not-so-easy pieces right, and management success is virtually guaranteed. That's why this engaging book will be embraced by seasoned managers and novices alike. It provides a structured framework for developing and fine-tuning the only four skills they ultimately need. For each of the elements, Don Marshall reviews the key issues, discusses the pros and cons of various practices, and offers candid advice on what works best. This lucid approach is both time-saving and liberating: The Four Elements of Successful Management shows managers how to focus on the big picture - where the major gains are made - rather than the complicating details. For a succinct and timeless ""short course"" in the fundamentals of management, no other guide even comes close." "
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“Hiring the right people to work with you on your works is important. Choose subjects and themes that appeal to you or those that excite you. Use your research questions and ideas as well as citations to direct the flow of your work and output. Evaluate others work fairly and honestly regardless of your personal beliefs. Be positive and learn something from what you read. Reward the author or writer by reviewing their work and sharing your thoughts in a quiet but understated way. Devote time to writing and reading but also learning and growing through reviewing in your own unique way. Select- select works that speak to you on a deep level to inspire you to write poetry or review the work. Direct- direct your attention to little read works and write about them. Evaluate- evaluate the work to see if you would share the book with your mentor. Reward- reward the writer by sharing your thoughts on the book and rare it honestly.” ( )